VLADISLAV BUBEN - musician, promoter, artist, creator of some radio and art projects from Belarus. Vladislav represents TV show about alternative electronic music ”Called for the electricians” on local MTV (Belarus). 7 years Vlad represented radio show "The Lost World" (the oldest radio show in Belarus about extreme & alternative music.) Radio "Mir" 107.1 FM Vladislav is main coordinator of.Lostworld webzine and label.
Buben creates some musician groups and projects in diferent styles. Some music projects - (Buben, Prus, Zeroism, Donald dark, Ego, Zhraja, Manstappz, Kein, Shamaniac, Over voltage, Bolshevik, ex Ambassador21, Perpetual deathic, Skvarka, Criminal chromosome,
I me mine, Bachus, Panie Kahanku e.t.c.)
Labels around the world released Vladislav Buben records - Beergut recordings(U.K.), Vertex recordings(U.K.), Biv0uac(U.S.A.), Dreamlandrecordings (Australia), Tibproductions (Norway), Noise-joy(U.S.A.), Desolatesonorities records (Norway), Roil noise (U.S.A), Marasm records (France), Audiotong (Poland), No Angels (Poland), Crop circles industries (France), Smellthestench (Australia), Sudden death records (Canada), Agressive guerilla records (Holland), Redstar budapestrecords (Hungary), PravDaDA org. (Holland), System hang (Singapoure), Clinical Archives (Russia), Black orchid (Chech), Dis production (Belarus), Invasion wrechords(Belarus), Zaftich research (U.S.A.), D.A.C.records (Ukraine) e.t.c.
May 28, 2017 Subject:
Outstanding post-industrial record
a Belarusian, Vladislav Buben, is a person whose main goal has been - at least it seems so - to promote (underground) music to the backbone. He has been a prolific artist of having released more than 100 issues so far, also has run a radio show with intent to shed light upon avant-garde and experimental music. His tenures have been under a bunch of imprints, involving a cult Moscow-based experimental music imprint, Clinical Archives among others. Glimmer was issued approximately 10 years ago and for me, the characteristic of this 4-track issue represents one of the facets of the record label (especially with regard to experimental/electronic/non-rock music). It is a decent outing because those slightly oppressive sonic details are set up in the way to provide air and space between them. Buben likes to play different distances by sampling the chugging of a train at the distance, by sampling and then producing barely distorted conversations of politicians (Mr. Lukashenka?, Mr. Putin?). He employs intriguing drumming and greyish shades and monochromatic delays going on and on. It could be very interesting to convert all these sonic effects and relations between the sounds into a visual kaleidoscope. If I had it this would be a favourite plaything of mine. Great success by any means.